These may be the droids you are looking for.
The beverage company designed the drink bottles, which are available for Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite and Dasani water, to appear with a scuffed, rusted label written in Aurebesh – a language featured in the film franchise.
“When we first approached Coca-Cola and shared the idea of bringing their products into the Star Wars galaxy in a new and unique way, they immediately saw the opportunity to give our guests the refreshing drinks they love in a way that maintained the authenticity of the story – which is very important to us – and that was, frankly, just plain cool,” said Scott Trowbridge, portfolio creative executive and studio leader of Walt Disney Imagineering, in a press release.
Though you don’t have to travel to a galaxy far, far away, you do have to visit either California or Florida as the bottles are only available in the 14-acre “Star Wars” lands.
The unique Coke bottles are just part of the park’s specialty menu. Disney announced previously that it will have “Star Wars”-themed food and drink available to maintain a truly immersive experience, such as blue and green milk, "ronto wraps" and desserts painted like planets.
The highly anticipated Star Wars: Galaxy Edge opens in Anaheim, Calif., May 31, and then in Orlando, Fla., August 29.